Evaluating History Channel’s Jesus: His Life
What is your problem? Its an abrasive question. Only had someone ask it of me a few times as I usually go out of my way not to offend or step on toes. But in truth, if the question could be asked in a loving way, its probably the most important question one can ask. […]
Welcome and Merry Christmas. Let’s read more scriptures that describe the “sons of God.” These scriptures follow the family tree of Jesus going backward. Luke 3:23-38 Now Jesus himself was about thirty years old when he began his ministry. He was the son of Joseph, the son of Heli, the son of Levi, etc., etc., etc. the […]
This is a wonderful, wonderful post from Amy Hall, who writes for the Stand to Reason blog. She writes: I had a brief interaction with an atheist on Twitter a couple of weeks ago that unexpectedly turned to the issue of suffering when she said: You clearly never had a time you were hurt. I […]
Where for some, this witness of the visible confessing church is attractive and draws them into the alternative polis (hallelujah!), for others it provokes hostility.
I’m tired. I’m tired of being a Christian. People say it’s only a term, only a word but that word feels like the lead apron at the dentist’s office. It’s pushing down on me from all sides, clipped tightly around my neck. It carries the weight of the hearts that have been wounded and the […]
Recently, I’ve witnessed a string of universalist pastors and teachers making claims that many well known early church fathers were in fact universalists themselves. As a long time student of the philosophical writings of early Christian thought, I have been quite perplexed to witness these claims and see so many of them go unquestioned. Specifically, […]